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Maysam22

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  1. In Surah Luqman verse 19 it is mentioned: And be moderate in your pace and lower your voice; indeed, the most disagreeable of sounds is the voice of donkeys." In terms of hadith I am not that knowledgeable.
  2. W. Salam brother, I have made a screenshot of the available calculation method you could choose from. I've got the older version of the app which is also in English apart from Farsi. Do you want me to link you to the apk file?
  3. Iran haven't even scored a goal themselves. I don't know how you conclude that Iran has a better squad. Portugal has an old central defence but they have alot of experience. I predict a win for Portugal. And I'm not saying that Iranian players should play in Europe. I am merely just stating how Portugal has a better squad in terms of quality.
  4. @Murtaza1 Salam Alaykum brother, If you happen to have an android phone, give Baad Saba app a go. It's an Iranian calendar app which has a massive database of many cities in the world. It also shows separate prayer times too. You cannot find it on the Play Store, but here is the link to the official website: http://www.badesaba.ir/. I hope this helps!
  5. Iran better than Portugal? Don't let me laugh. They are the better side by far, be it with or without Ronaldo. Most Iranian players play in Iran compared the Portugal squad mostly playing in Europe. Spain played poorly, otherwise they would have demolished Iran.
  6. But how do you know that these so called 'halal meat shops' don't get their chicken from these same factories? Brother, do you really think animals for halal slaughtering is grown by Muslims. I live in Europe and I've heard these halal butchers say that halal and non halal meat is distributed from the same place.
  7. We have survived war in the last four decades but who caused it? Shouldn't we mostly blame ourselves for this? Especially the Mujahideen?
  8. Sorry that I'm saying this sister, but what pride? What could we possibly be proud of? The mujahideen who destroyed our country after licking out the Soviets? They killed thousands upon thousands of innocent civilians because one didn't get the position he wanted in government? Or should we proud of the corrupt after corrupt government that is elected? I don't have much pride of Afghanistan because it hasn't given me anything (mainly because I am hazara). The reason I sad the we would have been better off with the Soviets is because once in the history of Afghanistan, we had a true president in Dr. Najibullah. There was plenty of food back then with education for everyone. And look now at the state of our country were many are still illiterate.
  9. If I'm honest Afghanistan will never be strong again. The presence of almost 40 years of war and western occupation has destroyed Afghanistan. Hatred is developed during the civil war. USA just destroyed once a beautiful and developing country. I'm saying this based from experience because my father lived in Afghanistan during the 70s (I am afghan myself). Me and my family are always of the opinion to have let the Soviet Union conquer Afghanistan, because after all, it wouldn't have been in this situation currently going on. Of all the people of Afghanistan, the Hazaras have been killed and oppressed more than any other.
  10. I don't think the Taliban are getting better with the Hazaras. Proof is the recent joint attack with ISIS on the village of Mirza Olang in the province of Mazar Sharif. Besides, when they only want Pashtuns in Afghanistan, why would they reconcile with the Hazaras? In my opinion the hatred of the Taliban towards Hazaras is mostly because of race and politics. I don't think religion plays a huge role in this.
  11. The problem here is that I cannot decide what since both of the istikhara's are good. I didn't do istikhara twice for the same issue. They're two different issue and the second istikhara came out 'very' good compared to 'good' in the first instance. I don't know what decision to make; whether or not go for the masters based on the istikhara's. I'm thinking of following the 2nd one since it's more in my favour.
  12. I fully understand your point here. Astaghfirullah, I am not doubting Allah in any way. Rather, I am trying to choose between the two options as they both are good. But it seems that Allah want the best for me in the second istikhara which resulted in being 'Very good '. So do you mean I should choose this one?
  13. Salam Alaykum to all, I have recently graduated from uni with a Bachelors of Engineering. I've applied for a Masters and it is a specialisation on a subject I am very keen on. It has been for months that I have been considering my options and I can't come to a decision. I'm not sure if my future would be beter with the Masters I choose. I did two istikhara's with an alim. The first one was for the Masters and my niyyah was if I would have a good future and good job opportunities with this degree. The result came out as 'good'. Now in the second isitkhara, I had a similar niyyah and the answer was 'very good'. I've discussed this with the alim and he explained to me that maybe doing a Masters will have good benefits albeit with some difficulties on the way to achieving the degree. Analysing the second istikhara, he said that the possibility exists that I would find a job very quick and would also have a good future with it. For doing the Masters I have to borrow an additional loan from the government of about 10000 pounds in addition to a similar amount of savings. If doing the Masters, my debt will increase to nearly 50000 pounds. Ofcourse with a Masters I could end up with a much better pay. I am really confused as what to decide in this situation. I hope someone can help me in this tricky decision.
  14. Salam alaykum to you brother, I'd like to welcome you to the religion. I have read your story and it's pretty beautiful. Alhamdulillah, Allah has willed that you join the straight path. I am also an hazara from Afghanistan. It is kind of a tricky situation and I have to mostly agree with brother @SlaveOfAllah14. I think you should visit them along with your parents and the imam you have recently met. In my opinion, this way, her parents will be more comfortable talking to an imam who knows you pretty well and, since he's an afghan too, can speak their language. Since they're living in Europe 15 years or more, I would expect them to he more open to other cultures. For instance, my parents wouldn't mind me marrying a convert or anyone from another culture in that matter. They have been in Europe for more than 15 years as well. All in all, I would consider visiting them with your parents and the imam. I hope this helps a bit.
  15. Well, at the moment I have no other options left. Considering how I've messed up my final year, I won't be able to get any scholarships.
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